Tonight, Cleveland’s AEW Dynamite will feature the big title unification match between AEW World Champion CM Punk and Interim AEW World Champion Jon Moxley. The game was originally announced for the September 4 All Out pay-per-view during last week’s Dynamite, but on that same show, the game was moved to tonight.
A new report from Fightful Select notes that Moxley was in favor of moving the match. A source indicated that Moxley came up with the idea, even pitching the move, and then AEW officials agreed.
It was also noted by the same source that “In the end Punk agreed.”Read:Ana de Armas says once she got into costume as Marilyn Monroe she felt the icon
There was talk a few days ago that AEW had an idea to increase ticket sales and boost tonight’s show in Cleveland.
There’s no word yet on creative plans emerging from tonight’s champion-versus-champion match, but it was reported last week that the decision to move the match was not the original plan and that “multiple plans” were for All Out. changed. It was also reported that despite the game’s relocation to Dynamite tonight, Punk vs. Moxley was still being discussed as the All Out main event, but that plan has not been confirmed.
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